I have a lifelong connection with our local area.
I did all my schooling at Caringbah North Public School and Caringbah High School, followed by degrees in law and economics at Sydney and Cambridge Universities. I have lived in the Cronulla electorate all my childhood and most of my adult life, currently in Woolooware.
I was honoured to be elected as the Member for Cronulla in 2011. I am presently the NSW Attorney General, Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services, and Leader of the House. I have previously served as the NSW Environment and Heritage Minister (2015-2017).
I aim to be a strong advocate for the Cronulla community and to provide Cronulla with a strong voice in the Berejiklian state government.